Beau DeMayo, Creator of ‘X-Men ’97’, Issues a Warning to Ryan Reynolds

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We’ve been hearing a lot lately about how ‘Deadpool & Wolverine’ is gonna be a big deal for the MCU. Director Vaughn said it’s gonna save the MCU, and even Deadpool’s creator thinks it’s gonna be the best comic book movie ever, with awesome action on par with ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier.’

We’ll have to wait a few months to see if all that talk is true. But for now, we’re keeping an eye on ‘X-Men ’97,’ a new Marvel Studios project focusing on mutants. It’s a revival of the old ‘X-Men: The Animated Series,’ and it’s been a huge success so far, getting really high ratings.

Beau DeMayo, the writer for ‘X-Men ’97’, got fired just before the Season 1 premiere, for reasons unknown. But the show was a huge hit with fans, so it got renewed for Season 2, and they’re working on Season 3 now. Fans loved how DeMayo knew his X-Men stuff so well, and some even protested his firing and wanted him back. They’re even saying he should write the script for the new live-action X-Men movie that Disney’s working on.

Because DeMayo played a role in reviving mutants’ popularity, he felt it was important to send a serious message to Ryan Reynolds, who’s bringing a beloved mutant into the MCU.

With DeMayo gone, all mutant hopes are pinned on one movie and one man who’s determined to do it justice: Ryan Reynolds. We’re counting on him to take this message seriously because a lot is riding on his shoulders. What’s your take on this? Share your thoughts in the comments!

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